Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry are returning home to Greeneville, Tenn. later this month to play songs from their new album 'Pioneer' for friends, family and fans. The Band Perry's free show on March 30 comes just three days before the release of the album on April 2. The show will also have a charitable purpose.

The family trio is one the artists on the Big Machine Label Group participating in Outnumber Hunger. Along with General Mills, they'll work to secure 10 million meals to fight hunger in local communities. Last year BMLG artist Rascal Flatts led the charge. The director of the Outnumber Hunger campaign says over 50 million people nationwide struggle with finding enough food to eat.

“We are working with General Mills this year to Outnumber Hunger," Reid Perry says, "and we are so appreciative that they are sponsoring our hometown show and giving us the platform to bring our new music home to our friends in Greeneville."

The show will take place on Main St. in Greeneville, a town about 250 miles east of Nashville, just inside the Tennessee/North Carolina border. 'Pioneer' will feature the chart-topping, Platinum-selling hit 'Better Dig Two' as well as the current single 'Done.'